Students may be terminated from the Economics program if they fail to achieve satisfactory progress toward the degree. In the Economics program, termination is usually the result of failure to successfully complete qualifying exams, or failure to advance to candidacy or graduate within the required time limits.
A student is academically terminated from the university after accumulating grades of F in two courses, or 9 credits of unsatisfactory grades (C or F) in graduate courses. A notation of academic termination is affixed to the graduate student's official record.
Former graduate students who have been terminated, dismissed or have resigned from a Mason graduate program are not permitted to re-enroll in the program and are not eligible to take any additional course work at Mason unless a new graduate program application has been submitted and the applicant has been admitted to a graduate program. Time limits for the degree begin with the date of admission to the new program. Academic units and programs may have additional restrictions concerning re-admission. If so, those restrictions apply.
Last updated 05/13/15